Diploma of Hospitality Management
This qualification reflects the role of individuals who use sound knowledge of industry operations and a broad range of managerial skills to coordinate hospitality operations. They operate independently, have responsibility for others and make a range of operational business decisions.
Diploma of Hospitality course provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in the middle
management level as a Manager, Supervisor or Team Leader in any hospitality area.
NTCA Kitchen Campus (Details to be provided at campus)
Who can enrol
Target group for this program will be International students over the age of 18 who wish to enter the hospitality industry
the hospitality industry at the middle management level. It is recommended for the students to complete the Certificate IV qualification within SIT Training Package before entering to this qualification.
Pathways from the qualification
Employment Pathways from the qualification
To attain this qualification, 28 units must be achieved, consisting of 11 core units and and 17 elective units.
Each student is required to work in an operational commercial kitchen of an industry workplace as per allocated hours.
*Please refer to training and assessment strategy.
Assessment will usually commence in the session following delivery. As this is a competency-based program, assessment
continues throughout the program until the participant either achieved competency in the assessment tasks or a further training need is identified and addressed. Students will be required to perform in a range of assessment tasks. The assessments may take the form of:
- Written Quiz (A)
- Written Question (B)
- Assignment (C)
- Project (D)
- Case Study (E)
- Observation / Demonstration (F)
- Logbook – Service Log, Supervisor Report & Assessor Observation (G)
Course Credit (CT / RPL)
Credit transfer is a process that provides students with agreed and consistent credit outcomes for components of a
qualification based on identified equivalence in content and learning outcomes between matched qualifications.
The recognition of prior learning (RPL) pathway is appropriate for candidates who have previously attained skills and
knowledge from outside the formal education and training system and which includes work and life experience.
Students may apply for RPL or Credit transfers for any unit in which they can successfully demonstrate competency
“The hospitality course in NTCA has given me the confidence to progress my cooking skills, and to learn more about techniques, food, presentation and best practices in a kitchen environment. The trainers have been extremely supportive throughout, they are very knowledgeable and patient.”